All of the accompanying patterns for the tale of Potluck Yarn are available at the Supersock Store.
Patterns and a novel sound great! I do think you should call the book Knitting Witches, however, as it would intrigue more people outside of the knitting comunity. They may end up becoming knitters as a result!
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Belinda, who submitted a design idea that we have chosen (see it here: http://potluckyarn.com/aubergines-wristers ), has sent us a wonderful ‘thank yo…
What do you think of this wicked idea from Belinda W: “I would really like to knit Aubergine’s wristers. CTH/Ptoluck Yarn’s sock-weight yarn would be…
Another great idea from Yvonne W.
“I think that it would be cool if the witches passed along to each other, a magical pouch. In the pouch, marble-s…